Boarding vs Boarder - What's the difference?

boarding | boarder |


As nouns the difference between boarding and boarder

is that boarding is the act of people getting aboard a ship or aircraft; embarkation while boarder is a pupil who lives at school during term time.

As a verb boarding

is .

boarding

English

Verb

(head)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • the act of people getting aboard a ship or aircraft; embarkation
  • * 2000 , Peter Gregory Furth, Data Analysis for Bus Planning and Monitoring (page 24)
  • Load profiles are a standard analysis tool showing passenger activity (boardings , alightings) and passenger load at each stop along a route in a single direction.
  • the act of a sailor or boarding party attacking an enemy ship
  • a structure made of boards
  • riding a skateboard
  • (ice hockey) a penalty called for pushing into the boards
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    boarder

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A pupil who lives at school during term time.
  • The student body consisted primarily of boarders , except for a few children belonging to the school staff.
  • Someone who pays for meals and lodging in a house rather than a hotel.
  • When I left for college, my parents took on a boarder in my old room to help defray expenses.
  • (nautical) A sailor attacking an enemy ship by boarding her, or one repelling such attempts by an enemy.
  • The captain shouted at the crew to grab arms and repel boarders .
  • Someone who uses a snowboard
  • A group of boarders swept past us as we climbed the side of the ski run

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